Instead of Spending, Teenagers Can Turn to Savingby Samantha Cueto When Should Teens Start a Savings Account? As soon as a teenager begins to spend the money that they earn, they should start considering opening a savings account. According to an ING Direct study, a surprisingly large percentage of teenagers...
Get the Most From Your Tax Refund
5 ways to use your refund wisely and make it work for you.
Navigating the Emotional & Financial Challenges of Divorce
Discover the emotional and financial consequences of divorce and get the tools you need to successfully navigate this difficult transition.
How to Plan Your Future When Your Future Has Gone M.I.A. – Confessions and Wisdom From an Irreverent Widow
As a widow, it can seem overwhelming to move on with life. Get tips on how to plan your future, navigate the world of money, and avoid the fear trap.
The M Word
It’s time to talk about money! Did you know generation and family history significantly influence money behavior and conversations?
Top Tax Tips for Prudent Parents
There are tax breaks for parents and children; you just have to constantly keep up with the tax changes. Here are a few ways you can save on taxes.
March Is Women’s History Month – Share Your StoryThis year’s theme for Women’s History Month is “Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives.” In the coming months, Savvy Ladies would like to highlight your story. We’ve all had victories and defeats in our financial lives – sharing your wisdom from...
Provide a Safety Net for Your Familyby Stacy Francis, CFP®, CDFAI spent last night in bed with the latest Eckhart Tolle book and, not surprisingly, it got me thinking about the ever-changing nature of the universe. From Sartre to the Dalai Lama – this is one of the few things on which all the wise men...
College: An Affordable Luxury?
With the rising cost of college, many parents consider college tuition a luxury they cannot afford. There are a variety of options for parents to put a child through college.